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'Black Panther' tops box office for 5th straight weekend
"Black Panther" has become the first film since 2000's "Avatar" to top the weekend box office five straight weekends
Box Office Top 20: 'Black Panther' holds grip on No.1 spot
Disney and Marvel's "Black Panther" held on to the No. 1 spot at the box office for the fourth weekend in a row with $40.8 million added to its North American grosses
'Black Panther,' 4 weeks in, tops 'A Wrinkle in Time'
In a Disney showdown, 'Black Panther,' 4 weeks in, tops newcomer 'A Wrinkle in Time'
Dolly Parton says original ‘9 to 5’ cast are all in for reboot
Dolly Parton has some great news for fans of the 1980 comedy "9 to 5." According to Parton, she and movie co-stars Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda have decided they "are going to do another one." The iconic country singer told ABC News' "Nightline" that a reboot of the film made sense now more than ever
'Deadpool 2' production resumes after stunt driver killed on set
Production for "Deadpool 2" has resumed after a stunt driver was killed on the film's Vancouver set Monday, a production source confirmed to ABC News. Jason Cameron, an agent for the local actors union in British Columbia , UBCP-ACTRA, added that the "main unit" of production resumed Wednesday. Joi
Stunt driver killed on 'Deadpool 2' set identified as 'SJ' Harris
The stunt driver who died in a crash on the set of " Deadpool 2" in Vancouver Monday has been identified as 40-year-old New York City woman "SJ" Harris, a spokesman for the British Columbia Coroners Service told ABC News today. A statement posted to Harris' Facebook page noted that Harris -- whose
Stunt driver dies on 'Deadpool 2' set
A stunt driver died on the Canadian set of " Deadpool 2" after attempting to do a stunt on a motorcycle, according to a tweet today from the Vancouver Police Department. No other details about the accident were immediately available, including the identity of the driver. A representative for 20th
'Star Wars' opened on this day in 1977
On May 25, 1977, fans were introduced to a galaxy far, far away. While 20th Century Fox had little faith a movie called " Star Wars " would be a hit, the space opera from young filmmaker named George Lucas became a worldwide cultural phenomenon. Forty years, and a handful of sequels, prequels, and
'Star Wars' creator George Lucas on creating the franchise, casting Hamill and Ford
“Star Wars” Celebration welcomed George Lucas to the stage Thursday for its 40th anniversary panel. Lucas answered questions for over an hour and shared stories from the sets. Host Warwick Davis and Lucas first spoke about how Lucas came up with the idea for “Star Wars” more than four decades ago.
COLUMN: Is Superhero TV Like 'Luke Cage,' 'Flash' Better Than the Films
"Captain America: Civil War" was very well received by fans and critics, "Suicide Squad" was not. " Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" sits somewhere in between and for a 2016 that could have been one of the best in superhero films, it really didn't deliver -- at least yet. We can debate whether